On Wednesday the 25 January 2017 I had Jerry our dentist come and look at all four horses. Chandon was a little head shy as he kept looking back towards his bottom. Looked really funny to see. Will also let you all know that the Dentist said that Chandon's mouth is really good. After that it was time for Wombels to have his mouth checked. Wombels was putting up a bit of a fight forever putting his head up in the sky. However Jerry still stayed with him until he calmed down. I will mention also that Wombels had a baby tooth pulled. We lost that tooth but i am still hoping to find it. Then it was time for our new boy to have his mouth checked. Sid was going really well in the beginning but a few minutes later he sought of had enough and again like the others throw a bit of a tantrum. I guess we could say that he acted a little like Dory forgetting why he was here then realized straight away that people were bothering me in my mouth. Koko was the cutest, she has never had her mouth done by a dentist before. She did not throw to much of a tantrum she just stood there like a cute little good girl. Her teeth were filed back and baby teeth were pulled. She certainly impressed the dentist that he told me he has never seen a mini horse act like a good girl in his life. Will tell you that he told me that the mini horses always have the attitude of a horse thinking that they can rear up. However none of that was shown with our cute little Koko.
Hi... I'm Kayleigh, a qualified riding instructor, with a passion for horses. But more than that, I want to share the potential of equine influence with others who, as I have, struggled with developmental challenges